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What makes Kenmore special?
Student attendance has improved by 11.5% in the past five years.
All students participate in Career Pathways and exploration programs.
All seniors complete oral and written versions of the Career Passport before graduation.
The faculty has high reading expectations for students. All students spend time each week in silent sustained reading for pleasure. They are asked to read at least two novels during the summer.
Kenmore offers career programs in accounting, business finance, construction technology, cooperative business education, culinary arts and catering, electrical trades, information technology, machine technology, and marketing.
Construction and electrical trades instructors are certified by the National Center for Construction Education and Research.
Electrical trades is located in a state of the art lab and incorporates robotics.
The machine technology instructor completed the NIMS national certification program.
The machine trades lab uses computer-controlled machinery.
Kenmore's Harmony group teaches racial, ethnic and cultural awareness among all people. The group is dedicated to building cultural bridges and making a difference in the community.
Kenmore has over 450 computers (one for every 2.1 students); three business technology labs; one writing lab with 24 Gateway computers; one Macintosh lab for graphic design and photography; one computer-assisted drawing (CAD) lab, which is also used for machine and electrical trades classes; and IVDL video conference equipment designed for distance learning.
The LRC has 29 Gateway computers for student use before and during school. The computers were used approximately 9,275 times last year, while 2,007 books were checked out of the LRC. The LRC was visited 26,893 times last year.
Last year, more than 100 student conflicts were resolved in peer mediation.
Over $100,000 in scholarships was awarded to Kenmore seniors last year.
Students received more than 100 local, state and national awards last year.
Teachers have an average of 17 years of experience, and 63% hold a master's degree or higher.
Studying Business Management allows you to develop managerial and business skills to succeed in a competitive business world. No matter what organization you will work for, our program will provide the knowledge and tools to work efficiently and effectively to succeed in business.<tbody></tbody>Leadership skills are the secret tools in the hands of any manager. These essential skills always include planning, organizing, leading and coordinating business activities successfully to gain and retain competitive advantage. These four main functions recur through the organization and are highly integrated. Experience the satisfaction in preparing and applying these management skills in class as you begin your journey in career development for business.